Lark Rise, Liphook

Guide Price £300,000

PRICE GUIDE £300,000 to £325,000

Stunningly practical this terraced two-bedroom bungalow has been meticulously refurbished offering a wonderful opportunity for both first-time buyers and those looking to downsize alike, with the ability to just move your furniture in.

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  • Prominently positioned bungalow
  • Refitted bathroom
  • Two bedrooms
  • Conservatory
  • Sitting room
  • Low maintenance rear garden
  • Refitted kitchen
  • No onward chain

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Prominently positioned with views over the communal green to the front and fields to the rear this bungalow offers neutrally decorated and deceptively spacious accommodation comprising two double bedrooms with the master having inbuilt wardrobes. The sitting room is situated to the rear of the property overlooking the garden and opening into the conservatory.

Refitted to a high standard the kitchen has been fitted with a range of eye and base level units with integrated hob and oven. The bathroom comprises a refitted white suite with bath, pedestal basin and w.c. complimented by contemporary floor to ceiling tiling.

Outside the property provides a low maintenance rear garden with a patio and lawn with well stocked mature shrub beds, whilst the front is stocked with mature shrubs. The garage is located in a nearby block and benefits from a path accessible from the rear garden to it.

Liphook & Surroundings:

Having grown from a coaching stop on the London to Portsmouth journey in the 1800’s, Liphook is now a thriving village situated on the three counties borders. The property occupies a convenient central position in Liphook which offers local facilities including a Sainsbury’s supermarket, two doctors’ surgeries, chemist and local stores.

The railway station services the Portsmouth/London Waterloo main line, whilst Liphook is located with easy access to the recently improved A3 providing good transport links to the south coast and Guildford and London to the north.

The surrounding countryside is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, much of which is under the ownership of the National Trust or within the South Downs National Park and is within walking distance of Radford Park as it follows the winding River Wey with a number of trails and large grassed area for recreation.

Agents Note:

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